Auto glass repair and replacement cost
When your auto glass gets damaged, one of the first thoughts is probably how much will this cost me?
When a chip, crack, or further damage occurs, the last thing you should do is put off the auto glass repair or replacement because of the cost. For that reason, we offer competitive pricing to enable you to repair your damage as quickly as possible.
Repairs and replacements can be made with or without insurance claims. At Safelite, we present a few solutions to help you receive the most affordable price for your windshield and auto glass damage:
Pay with insurance
What some people don’t realize is that their windshield repair or replacement cost is often fully covered by their insurance. To make the process easy, Safelite works closely with most of America's major insurance companies, so we can take care of your insurance claim for you.
Pay on your own
If you choose to not file a claim with your insurance, or if you don’t have comprehensive coverage, you will be responsible for the auto repair or replacement cost. This price may vary based on the size of the damage, but a good way to gauge the price of your windshield damage is to get a quote online.
What are my service options?
We can usually repair a windshield if it has three or fewer chips or cracks that are smaller than six inches. How do you know if your insurance will cover the full cost of your service? Choose the option you fall into below:
Your existing windshield can be repaired
We can usually do this at no cost to you. And in most cases, it will be paid for by your insurance company and typically won’t affect your insurance rates.
This is best case scenario, and through Safelite’s mobile service, we can come to you for mobile repair. You can receive expert chip repairs with industry-leading materials at no out-of-pocket cost.
Your existing windshield needs to be replaced
This will usually be covered by your insurance company, though some costs may need to be paid by the policyholder like any deductible.
The total amount of out-of-pocket cost may vary depending on the extent of the damage, where it is located and your type of vehicle. You will be responsible for any outstanding cost that your insurance doesn’t cover, or if you have coverage but the cost is below your deductible. If the cost is above the deductible, you’ll be responsible for any deductible that may apply.